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viewers, here is what we learned at cnn. we talk about lance armstrong, we knew about the seven tour de france titles and the foundation and the sponsorships. that's all gone. question lingered as to whether or not he would be prosecuted for doping. if you watched him on oprah a couple of weeks ago, he said, yes, i did it. so now we're hearing that this u.s. attorney who had initially said he wouldn't pursue pressing charges or prosecuting, i should say, is standing by that statement. here he was. >> we made a decision on the case a little over a year ago. obviously we have been well aware of the statements made by armstrong and other media reports. that has not changed my view at this time. we'll consider -- we'll continue to look at the situation, but it hasn't changed our view as i stand here today. >> sunny hostin, straight to you, our lawyer on the panel here. >> former federal prosecutor for the justice department, right? >> yes, ma'am. are you surprised? >> you know, i am surprised. but there is that thing called prosecutorial discretion, right? and prosecutors do look at cases a
involvement with the live hedge fund, who had lance armstrong as an endorser. have you seen any affect of the lance armstrong scandal affecting that business? >> not at all. quite the contrary. our live strong funds, target date series, remain top ranked by all of the major objective consultants, morningstar, bright scope studies, because of the risk adjusted returns they offer and value they offer to clients. on a broader level, american century remains committed to the global fight against cancer and in fact through our unique ownership structure, over 40% of our profits go to fight kearns and either even based diseases through our ownership by the institute for medical research. so we continue to be proud of the work we do on behalf of cancer fighting and live strong fund is chief among them. >> thank pup rich weiss, we appreciate you being with us. >>> to josh lipton now with a market flash. josh? >> tyler, royal caribbean cruises is choppy after warning that fuel year is below earning estimates. as the cruise ship company recorded a big impairment charge. but bookings are strong.
.k. you feel this kind of weight. >> the writers are trying to forget about drugs, cheating, and lance armstrong. they are going to be covering 700 kilometers in the first race. it is 145 kilometers. the team set off from johan with the most successful writer -- from doha with the most successful rider. they did not appear to affect the outcome. the american was winning a sprint finish. sprint finish.
to 10% on a weak forecast. lance armstrong lawsuit: the disgraced cyclist is being sued for $12 million in prize money from the tour de france. and, despite the new snow and rain, a new report shows severe drought conditions are expanding in key farm states. todd horwitz of the adam mesh group joins us for trader talk this morning. they are calling it "snowmageddon" in the northeast, with the big blanket of snow. will that affect trading volumes today? > > good morning. you know, i don't think so. with today's electronic trade, we can trade from anywhere. so you will have people trading from home, they will be trading from their cars stuck in the snow, they will trade from everywhere. the volume has already been so low that i don't think much more can affect it to make it much lower unless it's a holiday. > now that winter is finally here, what do you see in heating oil? > > heating oil made a new high yesterday. listen, if it's going to be cold, there is going to be demand for heating oil, and they're finally going to probably break out and go higher. the market always reacts to what i
? >> well i think the credibility because of lance armstrong but the credibility of ray lewis is still subject to question because of the conviction and because of what happened. that's why he became susceptible to something like this. now, in this instance it appears that everything that he is saying, at least by everything that we know and we don't really know because how will we ever know? its not tested for this specific thing, in the national football league. the national football league loses jurisdiction over ray lewis after sunday. he's announced he's retiring so the story will go away. if anything ever was to come of it, there's nothing really anybody could do. you get back to credibility. everybody now is under a microscope. you don't know what to believe who to believe and how to believe it but i believe in this instance just based on everything that we've seen up to date and been told that ray lewis is a victim. >> gregg: yeah. it takes away from the event, rachel. >> yeah. >> gregg: it's sort of a sad commentary. >> well, absolutely. it takes away from the event and it als
and road banks -- bikes. i and disappointed and lance armstrong. unfortunately, drugs are really prevalent a in all sports. i suspect some of my colorado competitors close to the south -- host: on that issue when it comes to human growth hormone, should there be more government regulation? is there -- caller: the u.s. anti-dumping agency is working the best that they can. there just needs to be more drug testing. host: thank you for the call. steve is joining us from minnesota. caller: good morning. you know -- am i on? host: you sure are. caller: the building behind you. when these people get into it, they really screwed up. i do not know. host: ok. we will leave it there. our question, should there be more regulations on this super bowl sunday? a story from politico. if you are watching the game tonight, you will see a 32nd spot. the headline -- " super --2013: bloomberg-founded mayors' group sponsors gun control ad." the ad calls for lawmakers to pass rules requiring background checks. it is narrated by children with "america, the beautiful"playing in the background. where are you calli
't see the game. >> is that like -- not like a lance armstrong? >> no, no. it's all-natural. you know, just straight endorphins. i'm a little soft in the middle these days, so listen. early on it looked like an absolute rout. joe flacco threw three first half touchdowns. he ended up the game mvp. there's a money angle because he's a free agent. he's probably going to get like a $1 mund million deal next year. after kickoff return to start the second half it was 28-6. and then, some people said the lights were out. and the lights literally went out. the blackout stopped the game for 34 minutes. as for exactly what happened. we don't know the full story as of yet. but it seems the utility company is not to blame, along with superdome management company sng. this is their statement. a piece of equipment that is designed to monitor electrical load sensed an abnormality in the system. once the issue was detected the sensing equipment operated as designed and opened a breaker, causing power to be partially cut to the superdome in order to isolate the issue, end quote. when the lights came o
has represented lance armstrong to enron's andrew fastow. >> back to the big developments from the aviation sector this morning. boeing's plan to fix the 787 battery problems and a merger to create the world's largest airline. phil lebeau has details on both stories. which one would you like to start with. >> let's start with the american/usair because i think a lot of people are going to look at this and say, what? we've been hearing about this for some time. when is it finally going to be finished. i talked to one person this morning familiar with what's going on, involved in the discussions between american and usair, and they tell me that they are close to having this thing wrapped up. but close means it could happen in the next week to two weeks. there've been some reports out of dallas that we'll have an announcement early next week. i've been told that might be a bit optimistic. i think we're still probably at least another week out. this still needs to be approved by the amr board because this would happen as they exit bankruptcy, they have not finalized all of the deta
, represented lance armstrong and enron's former cfo, andrew fastow. more on the ongoing controversy, bring in jewels croel, founder of croel bond ratings and croel inc., as well. jewels, first of all, you have launched a bond rating agency. i would assume you saw market opportunity, given what many of us anticipated would be significant pressure on moody's and s & p, the two dominant firms. how has it been to gain currency in this market with the various issuers and the like since you started the business? >> we felt very welcomed. we just finished our first full year of ratings. we ended up in third place in the league tables and cmbs, commercial backed mortgage securities. the investors have really been the key to that. looking for better quality and legitimate research with no double entran dra. >> assume you are excited, i don't know if that is the right word, tough see opportunity as a result of the pressure s & p is going to be under. >> very clear from this lawsuit that they are going to have years of difficulty defending what is really unconscionable behavior, those of must the fie
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